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Pro / Silver Syllabus 6 Weeks

Week 1-

  • Group Class – Review all available educational materials to begin setting up chart, platforms and other necessary tools. Cover the schedule moving forward and what is expected of student.
  • Personal- Set up green chart, finish all initial classes in Trading University, finish all basic videos on indicators, set up tracking software (http://www.fxblue.com), and update in Google drive.
  • Individual Class- Confirm that the students’ computer is set up and a basic operation of programs is understood.

Week 2-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how the Best Times to Trade, Economic Calendar, and Trend will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 3-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Support and Resistance, Channeling, and Trading Routine will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 4-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Fibonacci, Using Multiple Time Charts, and Trailing Stop vs. Scalping will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 5-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Take Profit and Stop Loss, Price Averaging, and Hedging will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 6-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Margin and the Psychology of Trading will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.

Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Pro Funding / Gold Syllabus

Week 1-

  • Group Class – Review all available educational materials to begin setting up chart, platforms and other necessary tools. Cover the schedule moving forward and what is expected of student.
  • Personal- Set up green chart, finish all initial classes in Trading University, finish all basic videos on indicators, set up tracking software (http://www.fxblue.com), and update in Google drive.
  • Individual Class- Confirm that the students’ computer is set up and a basic operation of programs is understood.

Week 2-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how the Best Times to Trade, Economic Calendar, and Trend will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 3-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Support and Resistance, Channeling, and Trading Routine will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Each Student must establish a new demo account during this week that will be traded for the remainder of training. This account must be linked to fxblue.com and available for review when corporate funding is requested. A minimum of 6 weeks of Demo trading is required for funding.

 Week 4-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Fibonacci, Using Multiple Time Charts, and Trailing Stop vs. Scalping will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 5-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Take Profit and Stop Loss, Price Averaging, and Hedging will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 6-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Margin and the Psychology of Trading will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 7-

  • Individual Class- Review the lessons Hedging and Price Averaging You will spend this week talking about dealing with bad trades.
  • Personal- Begin practicing bad trades. Attempt to get into positions you regularly would not. Learn the ways to deal with trades like this and begin to formulate the methods that will be used going live.
  • Individual Class- Discuss the methods learned and how the student will apply this in live trading. How were these methods used in the trades you made together this week?

Week 8-

  • Individual Class- Review the lessons Support and Resistance, Channeling, and Fibonacci You will spend this week discussing how to use these levels in setting stops, using them to hedge or price average, and where to take profit.
  • Personal- Spend time picking levels for each trade you make. If you have levels that still work, make sure you reset and use the opportunity to learn.
  • Group Class- Pick levels and channels individually. Come back together and discuss if your choices were close together or not. How will these levels be used in the trades you made together this week?

Week 9-

  • Individual Class- Review the lessons Margin and Trading Routine. What size trades has the student been practicing? What size of account will that apply to. Discuss how margin is affected by the methods of hedging and price averaging. Review the margin calculator.
  • Personal- Use the margin calculator to examine several different scenarios. Refer back to your bad trade practice and how margin affected your ability to trade in that way.
  • Group Class- Consider using smaller margin when you first go live with real money. Discuss how trading smaller to start allows more options for getting out of a bad trade. Discuss with each student how they plan to use margin when using real money

Complete-

  • Coach should send notice to [email protected] that a student is completing. Send notes regarding progress and qualifications.
  • Student should email [email protected] and request a real money review.

Executive / Platinum Syllabus

Week 1-

  • Group Class – Review all available educational materials to begin setting up chart, platforms and other necessary tools. Cover the schedule moving forward and what is expected of student.
  • Personal- Set up green chart, finish all initial classes in Trading University, finish all basic videos on indicators, set up tracking software (http://www.fxblue.com), and update in Google drive.
  • Individual Class- Confirm that the students’ computer is set up and a basic operation of programs is understood.

Week 2-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how the Best Times to Trade, Economic Calendar, and Trend will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 3-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Support and Resistance, Channeling, and Trading Routine will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 4-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Fibonacci, Using Multiple Time Charts, and Trailing Stop vs. Scalping will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 5-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Take Profit and Stop Loss, Price Averaging, and Hedging will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

Week 6-

  • Individual Class- Discuss in detail how Margin and the Psychology of Trading will affect your trading on a daily basis. Practical application will be established for our trading style.
  • Personal- Review these classes on your own, take notes, and prepare for the group training. Use these methods trading each day that you trade.
  • Group Class- Additional detail per the trading method. Answer questions from the personal learning session. Execute trades using these methods and track them.

 Upon completion of the intial 6 weeks, please contact support to schedule 2 day on-site Executive Boot-camp coaching.

 Week 7-

  • Group Class – Establish a new Demo account with each student. Make sure to link this new account to FXBlue to be tracked. This is the account the student will be funded off of. Please make sure that this final 6 weeks is tracked. If the student still wants to experiment, have them use a different demo for this.
  • Personal- Begin making trades together during your sessions. Introduce the types of trades that the student may want to use going live. Trades will include scalping, longer-term trades, ONIT trades, and how to get out of bad trades.
  • Individual Class- Discuss the trades you made this week together, what worked, what didn’t work. What will the student implement in their live trading?

Week 8-

  • Individual Class- Review the lessons Hedging and Price Averaging You will spend this week talking about dealing with bad trades.
  • Personal- Begin practicing bad trades. Attempt to get into positions you regularly would not. Learn the ways to deal with trades like this and begin to formulate the methods that will be used going live.
  • Individual Class- Discuss the methods learned and how the student will apply this in live trading. How were these methods used in the trades you made together this week?

Week 9-

  • Individual Class- Review the lessons Support and Resistance, Channeling, and Fibonacci You will spend this week discussing how to use these levels in setting stops, using them to hedge or price average, and where to take profit.
  • Personal- Spend time picking levels for each trade you make. If you have levels that still work, make sure you reset and use the opportunity to learn.
  • Group Class- Pick levels and channels individually. Come back together and discuss if your choices were close together or not. How will these levels be used in the trades you made together this week?

Week 10-

  • Individual Class- Review the lessons Scalping vs. Trailing Stop and Take Profit and Stop Loss. Discuss the differences and possibilities between scalping and longer-term trades. What are the pros and cons of both?
  • Personal- Make several trades of varying types. As you make scalp trades find out what you like or dislike, do this same thing with a longer trade and a trailing stop.
  • Group Class- Share examples of different types of trades. What were some of the successes and failures? Make several of these trades together.

Week 11-

  • Individual Class- Review the lessons Best Times to Trade and Economic Calendar. Discuss what the students trading schedule will be like and try to prepare them for those times.
  • Personal- After determining when the student is most likely to be in the market review a history of the announcements that come out during that time of day and on what currencies. Cover several instances of that announcement.
  • Group Class- How will the student use the announcements in their trading? Will they avoid them at first, will they try to utilize them in some way?

Week 12-

  • Individual Class- Review the lessons Margin and Trading Routine. What size trades has the student been practicing? What size of account will that apply to. Discuss how margin is affected by the methods of hedging and price averaging. Review the margin calculator.
  • Personal- Use the margin calculator to examine several different scenarios. Refer back to your bad trade practice and how margin affected your ability to trade in that way.
  • Group Class- Consider using smaller margin when you first go live with real money. Discuss how trading smaller to start allows more options for getting out of a bad trade. Discuss with each student how they plan to use margin when using real money

Complete-

  • Coach should send notice to [email protected] that a student is completing. Send notes regarding progress and qualifications.
  • Student should email [email protected] and request a real money review.